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Harry Kane transfer: Colossal new bid coming, as Tottenham price that could convince Daniel Levy emerges

Tottenham striker Harry Kane

Bayern Munich fully intend to lodge a third bid for Tottenham talisman Harry Kane, and Fabrizio Romano has revealed the type of number that could change Daniel Levy’s mind.

Arguably Tottenham’s most important act in the transfer market this summer is retaining Harry Kane. The 29-year-old is the club’s all-time leading scorer and broke the 30-goal barrier in the Premier League for the second time in his career last year.

ESPN claimed Erik ten Hag dreams of bringing Kane to Old Trafford. However, with money tight at Man Utd, the Dutchman may have to settle for a cheaper alternative, such as Rasmus Hojlund of Atalanta.

As such, the door is ajar for another suitor to swoop, and Bayern Munich have twice seen sizeable bids rejected.

Offers worth approximately £60m and £70m have been snubbed. Tottenham are determined to hold on to their lethal frontman, though Kane is understood to be open to joining the German giant.

What’s more, Kane only has one year remaining on his current contract. If a new deal in north London can’t be agreed, selling this summer to ensure Tottenham don’t lose a highly saleable asset for free in 12 months’ time would make sense.

Now, providing an update on the transfer saga via his YouTube channel, Fabrizio Romano has revealed Bayern intend to lodge a third bid.

Furthermore, the transfer guru reported even a bid as high as €90m might not be enough to convince chairman Daniel Levy to sell. But beyond that, all bets are off.

Kane open to leaving; Postecoglou conversation coming

“Bayern are not giving up,” said Romano. “We know it’s very complicated because Daniel Levy is still fighting to keep the player.

“Ange Postecoglou spoke to and will speak again to Harry Kane, so this is going to be a crucial conversation.

“Levy is not going to accept €70m or €80m, even €90m might not be enough to convince Levy.

“But behind the scenes Thomas Tuchel with Bayern are really active on this deal, they’re still pushing.

“They still hope they can make this happen and know Kane is open to the transfer. This is why Bayern remain confident, but they also know it’s never easy to negotiate with Levy.

“So I expect Bayern to try again for Kane, at least with a new bid.”

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